CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR. GYULA BÁNDI,
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
OMBUDSMAN FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

EDUCATION

2014: Doctor of the Academy of Sciences – DSc (Environmental law) Hungarian Academy of Sciences

1998 Habilitation, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Eötvös Loránd Universty Hungary

1990: CSc, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary (Equivalent of Ph.D.)

1973-78: Legal studies, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

1989-2012: Professor of Public Law, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Budapest (Hungary)

2003-2007: Dean, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest (Hungary)

1998-present: Head of the Environmental and Competition Law Department, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest (Hungary)

1996-2010: Professor of Environmental Law, Technical University Budapest (Hungary)

1995-: Attorney-at-law, Budapest Bar Association, Budapest (Hungary)

1992-1998: Scientific Director, Conference of European Rectors, COPERNICUS Environmental Law Program, Budapest (Hungary)

1992-2012: Founder and President, Environmental Management and Law Association, Budapest (Hungary)

1990-1992: Secretary General, Hungarian Lawyers Association, Budapest (Hungary)

1983-1990: Secretary, Hungarian Lawyers Association, Budapest (Hungary)

1978-1982: Scientific Research Fellow, Agricultural University, Gödöllő (Hungary)

MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC ORGANISATIONS

2015-: Director of the Doctorate School, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest (Hungary)

2014-2016: Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the FIDE XXVII Congress, Budapest (Hungary)

2014-2016: Chairman of the National Environmental Council, Budapest (Hungary)

2014-: Member, Presidential Committee of Environmental Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest (Hungary)

2012-present: Honorary President, Environmental Management and Law Association, Budapest (Hungary)

2011- : Member, Committee of Legal Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest (Hungary)

2010- : Director of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest (Hungary)

2006-: Head of the Jean Monnet Chair on EU Environmental Law, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest (Hungary)

2006-: Member, Conseil du Droit Européen de l'Environnement

2007-2014: Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Hungarian Lawyers Association, Budapest (Hungary)

2005-2013: President, Hungarian Society for Bioetics, Budapest (Hungary)

2003-2005: Vice President, Hungarian Society for Bioetics, Budapest (Hungary)

2003-2007: President, Environmental Law Committee of the Hungarian Lawyers Association, Budapest (Hungary)

2002-2006: President of the Editorial Board of Environmental Protection Review

2001-: Member of the Editorial Board of European Law Review

2000-: President, UNEP Hungarian National Committee

2000-: Member, Informal Working Group of European Environmental Lawyers, ‘Avosetta'

1994-2000: Member, Presidential Committee of Environmental Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest (Hungary)

1992-2011: Member, Committee of Public Administration, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest (Hungary)

1992-2012: Founder and President, Environmental Management and Law Association, Budapest (Hungary)

1991-1992: Secretary General, Hungarian Lawyers Association

1991-: Member, International Council of Environmental Law

1991-: Member, IUCN Commission of Environmental Law

Major Projects

2012-2012: Expert, European Commission Directorate-General Environment, Budapest (Hungary)

2012-2012: Evaluation expert, European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, Brussels (Belgium)

2008-2009: Key Expert 2, Regional Environmental Center (Turkey)

2004-2007: Legal expert, DHV Water BV, Belgrade (Serbia and Montenegro)

2004-2005: Legal expert, DHV Water BV, Skopje (Macedonia)

2004-2004: Legal Expert, DHV Water BV, Belgrade (Serbia and Montenegro)

2002: Senior Legal Advisor, Booz-Allen & Hamilton (Stability Pact - Sava River Initiative), South Eastern Europe

2002: Senior Legal Expert, Regional Environmental Centre for Central and Eastern Europe, South Eastern Europe

2000-2001: Lead Codifier (Environmental Law), Consortium led by Umweltbundesamt GmbH Wien (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Awards, Grants, Fellowships

2016: Officer Cross of the Hungarian Order

2016: Environmental Protection Lifetime Achievement Award of the Society of Environmental Protection Professionals

2010: Director, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence – Awarded by EU( Faculty of Law, Pázmány Péter Catholic University)

2013: ‘Iustitia Regnorum Fundamentum' Award of the Ombudsman of Hungary

2010: ‘Pázmány Péter' Plaquette of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University

2007: ‘Pázmány Péter' Medal of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciencies

2006: Jean Monnet Professor of EU Environmental Law - Awarded by EU (Faculty of Law, Pázmány Péter Catholic University)

2005: ‘Szalay László' Award of the Hungarian Lawyers Association

2005: ‘Pázmány Péter' Higher Education Award, ‘Pro Renovanda Culturae Hungariae' Public Foundation

Language skills

Hungarian: Mother Tongue

English: Advanced Level

French: Intermediate Level

English Publications

1.   Hungary (IEL Environmental Law National Monographs), Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2016. 264 p. ISBN: 9789065449450

2.    Property and Environmental Protection in Hungary in Gerd Winter (ed.): Property and Environmental Protection in Europe, Groningen; Amsterdam: Europa Law Publishing, 2016.
(ISBN 978-90-8952-167-5) p. 186-199.

3.   Bándi Gyula: From Sustainability to Circular Economy - Development of Eu Strategies and its Legal Consequences Fontes Iuris: Az Igazságügyi Minisztérium Szakmai Folyóirata (ISSN: 2416-2159) Special Edition: pp. 20-29. (2016) XXVII FIDE Congress.

4.   Bándi, Gyula – Szabó,  Marcel – Szalai, Ákos: Sustainability: Law and Public Choice, Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2014. 205 p. (ISBN:978-90-8952-153-8)

5.   Bándi, Gyula edited, also author of three chapter: Environmental Democracy and Law, Groningen; Amsterdam: Europa Law Publishing, 2014.  (ISBN:978-90-8952-149-1)

6.   Hungary in National Courts and EU Environmental Law, Ed. by Jan H.Jans, Richard Macrory and Angel-Manuel Moreno Molina The Avosetta Series (10) 295-308 p. Europa Law Publishing, Groningen, 2013, ISBN 978-90-8952-128-6

7.   Study on the Implementation of Article 9.3 and 9.4 of the Aarhus Convention in 17 of the Member States of the European Unions – Hungary, p. 1-14, 2012, http://ec.europa.eu/environment/aarhus/access_studies.htm

8.   Bándi, Gyula: Environmental aspects of the new Hungarian Constitution, Environmental Liability (ISSN 0966 2030) Vol. 19, Issues 5 December 2011, CS 75-78

9.   Gyula Bándi: The ECJ Jurisprudence, the Role of Explanatory Provisions in: The Impact of the ECJ Jurisprudence on the Development of European Environmental Law (ed. by Gyula Bándi), Budapest 2009, Szent István Társulat, p. 166

10. Gyula Bándi – Orsolya Csapó – Luca Kovács-Végh – Bence Stágel – Szilvia Szilágyi (ed. by Gyula Bándi): The Environmental Jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice, Budapest, 2008, Szent István Társulat, p. 279

11. Gyula Bándi: International Environmental Law and Hungary, Iustum Aequum, Salutare, peroidical of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University, 2009. No. 1. p. 27-33.

12. Gyula Bándi: Application of International Environmental Law, Environmental Policy and Law: The journal for decision-makers, June 2009, Volume 39, No. 3 p. 177-179.

13. Gyula BÁNDI: Richness of Traditions – Environmental Traditions, Annales Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinensis de Rolando Eötvös Nominate Sectio Iuridica, TOMUS XILX., Budapest, 2008, p. 137-160.

14. Gyula Bándi: Traditions and environmental law, Acta Pericemonologica rerum ambientim Debrecina, Tomus 3, Debrecen 2008

15. Gyula Bándi: EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Cases of the ECJ and European Court of Human Rights in Rada Európy a Ochrana Zivotného Prostredia, Zbornik príspevkov z medzinárodnej vedeckej konferencie konanej 11. septembra 2008, Typi Universitatis Tyrnaviensis, 2008, Trnava 2008, ISBN 978-80-8082-243-9, CD publication, p. 9-19.

16. BÁNDI Gyula: Development of Hungarian Environmental Law, , in 'The transformation of the Hungarian Legal System, 1985/1990-2005, Kluwer Academic Publishers, ed. by: András Jávor and Péter Takács, 2007

17. Global Jean Monnet Conference „The European Union and World Sustainable Development" 2007 november 5-6. Brussels, paper presented: "Sustainable development and the right to environment", p. 7, (http://ec.europa.eu/education/confjm07_en.html - see Contributions)

18. EC Environmental Law and Future Accession States, in 'Reflections on 30 Years of EU Environmental Law – A High Level of Protection, ed. by Prof. Richard Macrory, Europa Law Publishing Groningen, 2006, p. 515-527.

19. Environmental Principles – Experiences of Transition Countries in 'Principles of European Environmental Law' ed. by Prof. Richard Macrory, Europa Law Publishing, Groningen 2004, pp. 215-222.

20. Liability and Sanctions, Criminal Liability in Hungary in Environmental Crime in Europe ed. by. Francoise Comte and Prof. Ludwig Krämer, Europa Law Publishing, Groningen, 2004, pp. 129-142.

21. Right to Environment in 'Placet Experiri', Liber Amicum on the 75th birthday of Prof. Gábor Bánrévy Gábor, ed. by Katalin Raffai, Bp. 2004, pp. 24-32.

22. Assessing Environmental Law Drafting Need in South Eastern Europe, REReP 1.3. Phase One Report, drafted by: Gyula Bándi and Csaba Kiss, ed. by: Tsvetelina Borissova, The Regional Environmental Center, 2003. p. 105.

23. Enlargement and its Consequences for EU Environmental Law in 'The European Convention and the Future of European Environmental Law', ed. by Prof. Jan H.Jans, Europa Law Publishing, Groningen 2003

24. Enlargement and its Consequences for EU Environmental Law in „Approximation: the never rending story", Conference Proceedings, 30-31 October 2002, Prague, Institute for Environmental Policy, Prague, 2003

25. Liabity for environmental damage in „Approximation: the never rending story", Conference Proceedings, 30-31 October 2002, Prague, Institute for Environmental Policy, Prague, 2003

26. Understanding EU Legal Requirements in the Field of Evironmental Law in Perspectives of the Legal Approximation Process in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. by. Lajos Ficzere, Alfred E. Kellermann and András Nikodém, Publication of the Joint International Conference by the Academy of European Law and Instván Bibó Collefe of Law, Budapest, 10-15 July, 2000, Budapest 2001, pp. 104-112.

27. Integrated water policy as a part of the EU enlargement process – the case of Hungary in: Integrierte Gewässerpolitik in Europa, ed: Thomas Bruha, Hnas-Joachim Koch, Forum Umweltrect, Nomos Verlagsgessellschaft, Baden-Baden, 2001, pp. 297-316.

28. European Environmental Law, Koblenz-Landau Universität – university paper for environmental management distance education, first publication 1996, second revised publication 2000, third revised publication 2002, approx. 700 p.

29. Deregulation as an Environmental Policy Instrument in Hungary in: Deregulation in the European Union, Environmental Perspectives, ed. by Ute Collier, Routledge, London and New York, 1998, pp 75-92.

30. The New Hungarian Environmental Legislation Environmental Liability Review, Sweet and Maxwell, Vol. 4. Issue 4, 1996, pp 75-78.

31. Legal Adaptation to Environmental Policy and Law In the CEE Countries in: Enlargement to the East - Proceedings from European Thresholds - ARENA Confernce Series, Dec 1-2, 1995, ARENA Report No 1/96, pp 43-52.

32. (13.) Financial Instruments in Environmental Protection, (22.) Environmental Law Reform in Central and Eastern Europe: the Case of Hungary in: European Environmental Law - A Comparative Perspective ed: Gerd Winter, Dartmouth London, 1996., pp 201-218, 391-422.

33. Act on the General Regulations of Environmental Protection in Hungary in: A World Survey of Environmental Law (Rapporto mondiale sul diritto dell'ambiente) ed. by Stefano Nespor, Giuffre Editore, Milano 1996, pp 443-454.

34. Some Methodological Aspects of Designing Regulations and Setting Priorities in Economics Under Transition, in: Third International Conference on Environmental Enforcement Conference Proceedings, Volume I, April 25-28, 1994 Oaxaca, Mexico, pp. 115-130.

35. Competence and Harmonization Problems in Hungary, Connecticut Journal of International Law, 1994/3., pp 607-631.

36. The Right to Environmental in Theory and Practice: The Hungarian Experience Connecticut Journal of International Law, 1993/2., pp 439-465.

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